The Africa Young Talent Achievers Awards (AYOTAA) has awarded Kofi Atta Kakra Kusi, the Deputy Head of Corporate Affairs at the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), the honorary award for “Africa Corporate man of the year”. AYOTAA’s first edition of the awards recognized several individuals, including Kusi, for their exceptional contributions to promoting Ghana and Africa globally by highlighting its rich cultural heritage and resources through tourism and media. In his acceptance speech, Kusi expressed his appreciation and acknowledged the challenge that the award places on him to continue doing better.
AYOTAA aims to recognize the outstanding performances and contributions of individuals in academia, the corporate world, politics, entrepreneurs, and civil society. The initiative, created by Supreme Innovations Live Media, seeks to honour inspiring African personalities and creatives who are breaking biases and putting Africa on the global map and market.
For the most part, the recognition of Kusi’s contribution in promoting Ghana and Africa’s rich cultural heritage through the media and tourism is a significant achievement that calls for celebration. The award is a testament to Kusi’s hard work and dedication to his work, which has been crucial in boosting Ghana’s tourism industry.
Moreover, the award highlights the need for more individuals and stakeholders to promote Ghana and Africa’s rich cultural heritage and resources through the media and tourism industry. With the continued efforts of individuals like Kusi and other stakeholders, Ghana’s tourism industry is set to become one of the leading contributors to the country’s economic growth.
In a nutshell, Kusi’s recognition at AYOTAA is a testament to the positive impact of Ghana’s tourism industry on the country’s economy and the need for more individuals and stakeholders to promote Ghana’s rich cultural heritage and resources. The award also encourages individuals to work hard to achieve their goals and aspirations, contributing to the growth and development of the country.